Monday, December 26, 2011

Plastic Capuchin Monkey

Go out on a limb with this little guy!

Our Plastic Capuchin Monkey

This engaging-looking plastic capuchin monkey replica is made of solid plastic and stands on a base. It is 2 1/4 inches long. The thin parts including the branch are flexible. The color is somewhat imaginative, but has distinctive highlights.Our capuchin monkey miniature has a concerned expression but promises not to bite. This capuchin monkey replica makes an interesting pet,or gift and fits nicely into a shoebox diorama for a school project. Check out our other monkey toys and gifts.

About Capuchin Monkeys

Capuchin Monkeys are considered New World monkeys and are found in Central and South America. Capuchin monkeys were discovered by Spanish explorers in the15th century and, because of their hood-appearing face, reminded them of the hooded Capuchin Friars, an offshoot of Franciscian monks. New World monkeys like the capuchin have noses that are flatter than the narrow noses of the Old World monkeys, and have side-facing nostrils. They also have a prehensile tail.

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